Buffalo Bill's Antlers Inn
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... The "Wow's" had started and were to continue for most of the day. As most of you know, when in an animal's natural habitat, they have the right-of-way and so it happened with the buffalo herds we were seeing frequently. Hope the video Pat took of the buffalo running down the road only inches from us will download. The "Wow" words don't come near in describing the moment.
The next great WOW was the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone! It is nowhere as ...
... spectacularly beautiful and a joy to drive. We followed Route 16 through Wyoming, which takes you through the Bighorn National Forest first and then through prairie land.
After seeing bison in the ...
... Pudding. We got dressed in casual clothes and sat down to eat about 2:00 pm. It was delicious and Cody raved about it. He also asked for her Yorkshire Pudding recipe. At first she thought he was kidding.
“Oh, no,” I said. “Cody is the most amazing cook- we have eaten like royalty on this trip.”
“Really? I know you said Cody did a lot of the cooking, but I thought you boys would be stopping at McDonalds ...
... planes cross-country before. When you arrive at a strange new field, you often need a way to get into town to get food. The solution is that the airport or pilots' association gets (or quite often is given) a car that has far outlived its usefulness. The pilots then use the vehicle on the honor system, putting some gas in it. The drawback is that no one ever worries about maintenance, so heaters, air conditioners, windows, etc. rarely work.
Today's car was no ...
... to my lovely niece’s baby sitting!
Jack and Marion’s house in Alpine with its perfect weather - it would have been easy to stay forever but of course with Yellowstone just over the hill adventure calls, besides a forest fire in Idaho has filled this valley with smoke and it’s no longer quite perfect!
Yellowstone was the first national park to be created in the world and best described to kiwis by multiplying ...